Pinecrest Academy seeks talented faculty and staff who are committed to implementing our educational philosophy of Integral Formation®, developing the human, intellectual, spiritual, and apostolic dimensions of the whole child.

When you join the Pinecrest Academy team, you become part of our family. Our faculty and staff partner to provide an authentic Catholic education that encourages students to seek Beauty, Goodness, and Truth in a Christ-centered environment. We strive daily to live our four core values: Charity, Humility, Excellence, and Mission.
Working at Pinecrest Academy isn’t just a career. It’s a joyful commitment to imparting a philosophy of education that brings souls closer to Christ, engages students to think critically, discover their God-given gifts, and be prepared for the next chapter in their lives. If you have a love for children, a love for education, and a love for Christ, please consider applying to become a part of our team!

Peruse our website to learn about our history, how we deliver Catholic education, and about the distinctive features of our Lower, Middle, and High Schools. Consider following us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube, for a peek into a day in the life at Pinecrest Academy.

We believe education is a calling. The excellence, commitment and dedication of our faculty and staff is remarkable.  And we offer a vibrant, supportive and fun community, too! If you’re interested in joining this dynamic team of highly qualified professionals with a genuine passion for students and for Catholic education, please apply today!

If you are interested in faculty and staff positions, please send a cover letter and resumé to

For coaching positions, please send a cover letter and resumé to Shawn Coury at

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Because the School acts in accordance with the teachings and authority of the Roman Catholic Church, the School reserves the right to employ only persons who demonstrate openness and respect for the Roman Catholic Church and its institutions and who have a sincere interest in advancing the School's mission within the Church. For positions in which membership in the Roman Catholic Church is a bona fide occupational qualification reasonably necessary to the normal operation of the School's activities, the School reserves the right to employ only persons who are practicing members of the Roman Catholic Church as determined solely by the decision of the School.
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Current Openings

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  • Lower School PE Teacher

    Position Overview
    The Lower School Physical Education (PE) is responsible for providing a high-quality physical education program at the school. He/she implements the physical education curriculum and encourages, assesses, monitors, and records the progress of individual students. Recognizing that physical education is a means of forming character and exercising Christian virtue, the physical education teacher contributes to the integral formation of students by fostering a love of learning, cultivating their appreciation for a healthy lifestyle, and teaching them the value of concentration, perseverance, self-control, teamwork, and healthy competition. They foster a love for the truth and a passion for learning and work to effectively carry out the mission of forming Christian servant leaders.
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  • Bus Driver - Part Time

    Pinecrest Academy seeks a part-time school bus driver with a valid CDL driver's license. The bus driver is responsible for operating a school bus that transports students and authorized personnel safely to and from athletic events, class field trips, and school retreats. This position offers a flexible work schedule and operates during the academic school year with summer months off. 

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  • Substitute Teacher

    Pinecrest Academy, a PK-12th grade Catholic private school in Cumming, Georgia, is looking for dynamic individuals to be Substitute Teachers in our Lower, Middle, & High Schools for the upcoming school year. 

    Position Overview

    1. The Substitute Teacher is accountable to the Principal. The Substitute Teacher is responsible for providing classroom coverage for a teacher who is absent.
    2. The substitute works the regular hours of the absent classroom teacher during his/her absence. Including but not limited to lunch, carpool, and aftercare duties.
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